Wrap coats fit for a princess
Meghan Markle knows a thing or two about looking good in front of a camera. Have you seen Suits? So when she announced her engagement to Prince Harry, she wore this beautiful white wrap from the Canadian fashion brand Line. Why? Likely because it is the most flattering silhouette on the outwear market. Cinched-in waist. Adjustable belt. Leggy length. V-shaped neckline. All the hourglass ingredients are there. Thankfully wrap coats are all the rage right now, and you can get your own “princess-cut” jacket too.
If your itinerary demands that you slay at work, employ a wrap coat. The hourglass silhouette conveys instant polish and works with all body types. Neutrals offer foolproof longevity, but don’t overlook a colour that calls to you. This swoon-worthy pink will make you feel like a boss. (Plus, future sis-in-law Kate Middleton has worn this jacket!)
Sentaler Wrapped Coat With Ribbed Sleeves, $1,295 at sentaler.ca.
Bon Look Allure glasses, $145 at bonlook.ca.
Ted Baker London top, $225 at Ted Baker stores.
Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Collection pants, $124 at Banana Republic stores.
Leather gloves, $40 at Winners locations.
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It’s not bright but definitely not black, which makes this burgundy hue hit the sweet spot.
Ted Baker London, $735 at Ted Baker stores.
Perfect for petites! A cropped style won’t overwhelm a small frame.
Babaton Spencer Coat, $298 at aritzia.com.
An oversized lapel effortlessly flatters a curvy bottom half.
Ann Taylor Shawl Collar Wrap Coat, $266.80 at annetaylor.com.
Love the shape of wrap coats but want a bit more tailoring? This darted silhouette fits the bill.
Italian Melton Wool-Blend Robe Coat, $335 at bananarepublic.ca.